Arsenal are in fine form right now but it is fair to say that they have had a relatively friendly run of fixtures. Leicester are playing quite well and will fancy their chances of stopping this nine-match winning run of Arsenal's, but goals are surely on the cards for both teams in this one.
This type of game should suit Crystal Palace as they will sit deep and look to hit Everton on the counter. That said, if Zaha misses the match through injury, that would be a major blow as their record without him is abysmal, so the hosts have to be favoured if he is ruled out.
Watford are certainly on a downward trend right now after such a bright start to the season and they are not helped by two suspensions in defence. They come up against a Wolves team growing in confidence while playing some excellent football and are likely to maintain this good form here.
Matches between these two teams are often lively and this one promises to be no less. West Ham will be highly motivated to bounce back after a setback to Brighton, while Spurs are in solid form themselves. A score draw may be on the cards here.
The pressure is growing on Newcastle with every match and the atmosphere at St James' Park is filled with tension. Brighton will expect the hosts to try and make a fast start so they will aim to frustrate them early and grind a clean sheet out.
Burnley seem to have turned the corner since their Europa League elimination and they will take heart from the fact that they managed to take a point last time they met City. Guardiola's men will be keen to kick on here however and they should edge it even if not as comfortably as usual at home.
Klopp would surely love to rest one or two of his key players who are struggling with knocks but he will be desperate to maintain momentum in the league. Huddersfield look to have a long season ahead of them and their chances of getting anything out of this game seem highly remote.
Cardiff have had a horror schedule in recent weeks but in many ways that ramps the pressure on them to get a result here. Fulham's defence has been fragile to say the least but Cardiff are unlikely to take advantage of that, so Jokanovic's men have to be favoured to compound Warnock's misery.
These two south coast teams come into this match with contrasting form as Bournemouth are flying right now, while Southampton are on a three-match losing run without scoring a single goal. Mark Hughes' men are not convincing at all and Bournemouth can pile the pressure on them here.
The superb comeback victory for Man Utd last time out against Newcastle may mask some of the issues which seemingly remain at the club. This is not a great fixture for them as Chelsea are in excellent form themselves and are more likely to be ruthless and punish them more than Newcastle could.
Liverpool clearly seem to have had a tactical edge over City in the last year which could be key here. The strength of squad and ability to rotate means City will likely be the fresher of the two teams, but Liverpool should rise to the occasion here and are worth considering for the win.
Southampton are not convincing at all and their performance levels are average to say the least. Chelsea on the other hand are firing and enjoying their football once again under Sarri. Expect the visitors to come away with another three points from St Mary's and the Hazard show to continue.
Fulham were comfortably beaten last week by Everton but they are a different proposition at home and will be motivated for this one. Arsenal's matches have been quite open since Emery joined and that should mix nicely with Fulham's style for an attractive game and plenty of goals.
Two managers that are under serious pressure meet at Old Trafford desperately needing a result. Newcastle will approach this ultra defensively once again while United are struggling for goals amid the tension around their home games so it is likely to be a low-scoring affair.